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Kenwood Components I have a Kenwood conponent unit which consist of CD Player, Twin Cassette Deck, Auto Reverse, Graphic Equaliser, Intergrated Amplifier and Stereo Synthesizer. All the units are powered up and the CD is playing but unable to get the Equaliser to register. Its on but the channels are not moving up and down when music is playing. Is there a special way to plug in the system control wires.

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